Teenagers demolish Chiefs

2016-09-07 06:00
Young Chiefs left wing Maureces Johannes pressurises Young Teenagers defender Luvuyo Snappy Mabukane.Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

Young Chiefs left wing Maureces Johannes pressurises Young Teenagers defender Luvuyo Snappy Mabukane.Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

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YOUNG Teenagers demolished Young Chiefs 8-3 when they played in the Safa Nelson Mandela Bay regional promotional playoffs game at Zwide Stadium on Sunday.

Following the recent rainfall, the games that were scheduled to be played at New Brighton’s Oval Stadium on Saturday were postponed until further notice.

Teenagers, known as AmaChina, came to the game with guns blazing.

AmaChina were awarded a penalty that was scored by Phumzile Kilambe Mathumbu in the fourth minute.

Mathumbu and skipper Thanduxolo Msawawa Mamoti played more one-twos that confused Chiefs defenders, and Mamoti spread a perfect pass to Simphiwe Tom, who scored a second goal in the seventh minute.

Mathumbu penetrated between three Chiefs defenders and delivered a nifty cross to Tom, who scored his second goal in the 19th minute.

Teenagers star midfielder Simthembile Bebeto Pefile was brought down by one of Chiefs defenders in the box and the referee awarded a penalty that was scored by Mathumbu in the 40th minute.

The Uitenhage boys clawed back into the game with their striker Eben Moos scoring a goal in the 50th minute to decrease their deficit to 4-1.

Maureces Johannes sent a long- range shot that was parried by AmaChina goalkeeper Seko Siganga.

Experienced Chiefs midfielder Kasper Rastaman Kruger built up a move that resulted in their second goal, by Eric Lukashe, in 58th minute. Moos came up with Chiefs’ third goal in the 63th minute.

Teenagers increased their lead to 5-1 following Pefile’s goal in the 70th minute. Tom scored Teenagers’ sixth goal in the 72th minute.

Mathumbu scored Teenagers’ seventh goal in the 75 minute and Pefile banged in their eighth in the dying minutes.

PE Sundowns played to a 1-1 draw with Golden Aces in a tough game.

Samkelo Hlutywa scored Downs’ goal while Luvuyo Kelebi scored Aces’ equalising goal late in the second half.

Aces’ double substitution of Mxolisi Losta Loli and Mcebisi Mdwayi paid dividends. Malibongwe Maseti and Zolani Ndlebe also contributed for the New Brighton side.

Downs goalkeeper Siyamkela Kabila Wayisa and Aces goalkeeper Thando Barthez Mthimkhulu pulled off brilliant saves for their teams.

Mabayibone Strikers beat Hearts 1-0 when Gcobani Nongqotho scored a goal in the second half.

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